byButterworth, W. E. (William Edmund), 1929-; Frame, Paul, 1913-1994, illus
Pete Chambers became a professional baseball pitcher through long and hard work; however, when a bad arm spoils his game, the young pitcher takes his handicap in the same matter-of-fact manner he took success Topic: Baseball
Toontoony pie -- The rat who made one bargain too many -- The tiger in the palanquin -- Kashi and his wicked brothers -- The crow and the sparrow -- The fortune of the poet's son -- The jackal and the crocodile -- The two misers -- The farmer's old horse -- The gift of the holy man -- The poor weaver and the princess -- The man who was only three inches tall -- Toontoony and the barber -- The clever jackal and how he outwitted the tiger -- The monkey, the tiger, and the jackal family -- The... Topics: Tales, Folklore
byMiers, Earl Schenck, 1910-; Daugherty, James Henry, 1889-1974, illus
The birth and growth of the United States from the discoveries of the Vikings to the Civil Rights Revolution of the Space Age, with emphasis on great moments and individual experiences that have shaped the nation's history Topics: United States -- History -- Juvenile literature., United States -- History.
Anxious to earn money to buy a special gift for her aunt and uncle's anniversary, Kali disguises herself as a boy, gets a job with some archeologists, and learns a lesson from Achilles about deception and good deeds